Star Wars. .. The Darth Barus sith code Cake is a lie, there is only pie. Through pie, I gain calories. Through calories, I gain weight. Thorugh weight, I gain body mass. Tho Star Wars The Darth Barus sith code Cake is a lie there only pie Through I gain calories weight Thorugh body mass Tho
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> hey anon, wanna give your opinion?
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#6 - crazyaussie
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The Darth Barus sith code
Cake is a lie, there is only pie.
Through pie, I gain calories.
Through calories, I gain weight.
Thorugh weight, I gain body mass.
Though body mass, my belt is broken.
The recliner shall set me free.
User avatar #34 to #6 - needsmohoes
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you.....I had to look up Darth Baras, but even so I laughed my ******* ass off when I read that
#65 to #6 - yomommabinshoppin
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God In SWToR, my first character was a marauder, he was such a gigantic twat. Hated him
User avatar #13 to #6 - Petroleum
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That ******* whale deserved my lightsaber through his chest.
#16 - yourdadsdad
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Here.
#24 to #16 - anon id: 4446e710
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that's beautiful man, thanks for sharing

i remember playing episode 3 on GBA,, stil have it here and in a few scenes there are parts of this: "there is no death, there is the force" and such
#67 to #16 - saladtongsofdeath
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sooo if you put both of the codes together death will set them free?
#23 to #16 - neroooooooooo
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i like the dark side better
#130 to #23 - bulbakip
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And the dark side likes you.
User avatar #2 - fiyerdragon
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Always had trouble remembering that for when you had to go through the sith trials in KOTOR
User avatar #83 to #2 - Dima
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My #1 favorite game of all-time :)
User avatar #11 to #2 - tomhefailin
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I can't remember what I learned in school this year or what I had for dinner last night but I still remember the entire Sith Code because of that game.
User avatar #3 - lavitts
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Why not study the entire force?
#80 to #3 - anon id: 8658e499
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the Jedi do study the dark side, they just don't practice it
#9 to #3 - olicoooombs
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Isn't that what Darth Sidious said?
User avatar #22 to #9 - lavitts
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Yeah, but I'm looking at more like Darth Revan. Understand both sides of the force. Reach enlightenment. Blah blah blah.
#19 to #9 - whyisthissohard **User deleted account**
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User avatar #20 to #19 - teseus
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So you want to tempt us to the Dark Side too?
User avatar #21 to #20 - cjcasi
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thats where the cookies are
#38 - Sunburn
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Comment Picture
#12 - jellybob
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#14 to #12 - blackfalcon
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Do you have a bigger version of that, bro?
Take this as reward
#28 to #14 - tylosaurus
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Here's a version that should be bigger.
#39 to #28 - blackfalcon
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thank you very much kind sir
here, as a little bonus
#29 to #28 - tylosaurus
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And a bit bigger, but with not-so-good quality.
#42 to #29 - Zaivia
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I would like join in.
User avatar #17 to #14 - jellybob
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No I'm afraid I don't :( sorry
User avatar #7 - Jtrocksman
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its supposed to be set me free at the end btw
#8 to #7 - Midirr
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User avatar #50 - neoexdeath
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What pisses me off about Star Wars is basically if you're a Force user...

1. You can be a totally evil douchebag drunk on the dark side
2. You can be an anal retentive lawful stupid douchebag

LORD HELP YOU IF YOU WANT SOME MIDDLE GROUND.
#66 to #50 - justtocomment
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It's kind of like the mages in Dragon Age... There's a huge amount of power and potential there, so people are terrified of the repercussions of letting it go unhindered. So the Jedi order is there to train force-users to only uphold good in all things, so that they don't have to risk being ostracized by the universe at large.
And most people are happy to keep it that way, because in the event that force users demand "freedom", it's usually because they've fallen to the dark side. Because complete power corrupts completely, it's not often that powerful force-users remain truly neutral. As in, you're not likely to find a dude just chilling, using the force to levitate beers from the kitchen and his lightsaber to trim the hedges.
Sadly, we can't risk leaving Jedi completely out of check because of the power they could wield against the galaxy and further... Not only that, but many people confuse the Jedi order with a sort of religion, when it's more like Bhuddism -- just a system of beliefs, meditation, and a goal of complete peace with oneself inside and out.
User avatar #51 to #50 - NeucularNINJA
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No, no, Middle Ground is for Lord of the Rings
User avatar #79 to #51 - thatnerdyguy
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Don't you mean Middle Earth?
User avatar #133 to #79 - NeucularNINJA
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Yep... that was the uh... that was the reference
User avatar #136 to #133 - thatnerdyguy
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Looking back at this after getting some sleep, I feel really stupid.
User avatar #54 to #50 - hugejuggernaut
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Or you can just step away from the Council and its Order. There are all kinds of rouge Jedi. Even a whole realm of Gray Jedi, whom traverse all regions of the force without giving into the Dark side temptations or the boundaries of the Light.

One of the most notable and popular being Qui-Gon Jinn.
User avatar #55 to #54 - neoexdeath
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Oh I know about the Grey Jedi, Lucasfilm came out and said they where deluding themselves.
User avatar #57 to #55 - hugejuggernaut
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What do you mean by that?
User avatar #58 to #57 - neoexdeath
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Word of God says they're deluding themselves.
#52 to #50 - snakefire
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"you're either with us... or you're with the terrorists"

I think George Dubya watched star wars
#60 to #52 - sixfootfive
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"Only a Sith deals in absolutes."
User avatar #64 to #60 - zekeon
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"There is no try, you do, or you do not."

Gee, who the **** said that again?

Oh yeah, it was Yoda. This has to be the reason that some people hate the prequels.
User avatar #70 to #64 - SemiAnon
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Maybe Yoda decided absolutes weren't so bad after his entire order was killed.
User avatar #69 to #64 - sixfootfive
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I guess you could argue that these two quotes relate to completely different things.

Yoda's philosophy of "there is no try" refers to using the Force, telling Luke that in order to truly become a Jedi, you must completely immerse yourself in the Force and free your mind from the limits of physical being to gain abilities that would normally be impossible.

Whereas Obi-Wan's theory of only Sith dealing in absolutes refers to loyalties and allegiances, showing that only the Sith would ever have such a narrow-minded view of the World, seeing people only as enemies if they dare to challenge their views on the way of the galaxy.
User avatar #77 to #69 - thatnerdyguy
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Comments like this and clavatninenine's make me save threads.
I love seeing such insightful and interesting views on things like this.
#61 to #60 - snakefire
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#30 - omgitztom
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#31 to #30 - anon id: e6340034
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I loved it until... "STRENGHT"
User avatar #56 to #30 - chucknorrisTHEGAME
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Well, thank you for my new wallpaper.
User avatar #59 to #30 - chucknorrisTHEGAME
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Did you make this? I just noticed what anon pointed out about the "STRENGHT". I really like this as a wallpaper, but that bothers me.

If you or anyone could fix it, I would give them a cookie, bacon, a thumb, and many a thanks.
User avatar #33 to #30 - redblueyellow
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Do you have this fot the jedi code?
#35 to #33 - pull
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#41 to #35 - infernoimmortal
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The real Jedi Code is

"Emotion, yet peace.
Ignorance, yet knowledge.
Passion, yet serenity.
Chaos, yet harmony.
Death, yet the Force."
User avatar #123 to #41 - redblueyellow
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Is it ever said in the expanded universe that way, or is this your own vision, because it makes so much more sense.
#43 to #41 - anon id: 8e33df0c
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Because only Siths deal in absolutes.
User avatar #45 to #43 - lordcommandersnow
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Which, itself is an absolute
#131 to #43 - infernoimmortal
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"Do or do not, there is no try"

-Darth Yoda
User avatar #47 to #35 - friendlyanonymous
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I feel like that only one that thinks that the Jedi Code here makes them sound like emotionless assholes, even if they are not.
User avatar #122 to #35 - redblueyellow
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Um...I hope I'm not being too demanding and annoying, but do you also have the picture without jedi knight Shan, and just the temple? I think it would make a better background.

If not, than thank you very much for sharing this one :)
#132 to #122 - infernoimmortal
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Who is Shan? D:

She looks a bit like Bastilla
User avatar #134 to #132 - redblueyellow
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She actually is a descendent of Bastilla Shan and Revan. I can´t remember her first name though. I don´t play knights of the old republic, but I do know that Revan makes an appearance, so she technically has a chance to meet her grandfather or greatgrandfather.
#137 to #134 - infernoimmortal
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I didn't realize that Revan's and Bastilla's romance was canon, awesome, she was the best romance option of all RPGs I've played. Liara and Tali are okay too, but Dragon Age totally ****** up with romance partners.
User avatar #138 to #137 - redblueyellow
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Yup, there's a book that tells Revan's story after Knights of the Old Republic

images1.wikia.nocookie.net/__cb20110728211624/starwars/images/6/63/TOR-Revan.jpg

It's called Revan (shocker!!!) and it's quite a good read. If Kights of the Old Republic interested you, be sure to check this book out.
#139 to #138 - infernoimmortal
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Revan is my favorite Star Wars character. Although I only know the characters from the Old Republic and the fall of the empire. Everything after Vader's death is probably buttocks or fanfic
User avatar #140 to #139 - redblueyellow
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I've read a few books that are set after Episode VI, and I really enjoyed them. Especially "Legacy of the Force", which tells the story of Han and Leia's oldest son becoming a sith and everything that revolves around it. Really interesting, especially because Boba Fett plays a big role and he's my favorite character.

Anyway, what I'm trying to say is, don't automatically think everything outside the standard films is rubbish or fanfic. Just read something and if you don't like it, you put the book away. But I'm sure you'll get hooked to some books.

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Seriously, this **** is pretty epic. If you come across them somewhere, just buy one (it'll belike, max 10 dollars) and start reading. I read those books while on vacation in Canada and it was the best vacation ever.
#141 to #140 - infernoimmortal
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It just seems too repetetive, I mean, good guy becomes a bad guy because of passion, love, power, etc.

Although it's cool that Luke named his son Ben, if that's canon, I don't know much about anything after the movies because I've read a couple of things and I never seem to know if it is canon or pure fanfic :(
User avatar #142 to #141 - redblueyellow
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It's all canon. But what's interesting in the legacy of the force series is that when the good guy becomes the bad guy (Jacen) he's still seen as a hero of the republic. So he's only a bad guy for a few people. And the books tell about how each member of the solo/skywalker family handles this situation. So it's not just a story about a jedi simply turning sith. If you think about it, it's not that repetitive. I mean, what do we know about the other sith stories? Darth Sidious? Almost nothing more than the bits he tells. Darth Vader? His story was also vague untill the prequels, and there he just turns very suddenly in episode 3.

The difference between Jacen's story and that of his grandfather (Vader), is that Vader was a cyborg sith lord with no real close family or friends who was just know as Darth Vader to the whole galaxy (no one knew he was Anakin Skywalker). Whereas with Jacen, everyone knows who he his and he has alot of close family members who each deal differently with his turning to the dark side.

What I'm trying to say is that yes, the good guy turning bad but the good side winning in the end is repetitive, but that's in alot of movies/books. There is so much more going on in these books. And the best part is, you don't even need alot of background. If something happened in previous books that you need to know of, it is explained to you briefly so you can understand it.

Also, the series consists of 9 books, written by 3 writers, each writing in turn. This is great, because each has his/her own way of writing. For example, Karen Traviss has also written a serie called Republic Commando, which takes place in the clone wars and revolves around a squad of rebublic commandos (also a very good read, I recommend it). In these books alot of mandalorian culture is discussed, so Traviss books in Legacy of the force deal with the Boba
Fett story line.

I'm sorry for the long read. My letterlimit is almost full. If you have any questions, please ask them :)
User avatar #129 to #122 - pull
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Sorry, no. This was the only one I had.
User avatar #135 to #129 - redblueyellow
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Ok thanks :)
#27 - mattymc
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Two extreme philosophies that leave no room for moderation and freely condemn the other. If i were force sensitive id find my own way
#44 to #27 - IAMDIZZYONFANTA
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Actually, it's the definition between "Sith" and "Dark Jedi."

A Sith is all ABLOO ABLOO **** DEM JEDIS I HAVE MY OWN RELIGION while dark or grey force sensitives are just people who really, really couldn't care less. Example; Cade Skywalker.
#32 to #27 - redblueyellow
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The jedi become less extreme later on, when Luke's in charge, but that doesn't always turn out well (jason solo). I guess there are always a few individuals who, despite extreme or lenient codes find themselves on a dark path.

The jedi try and guide these individuals with knowledge and control, while the dark side only teaches aggresion and a lust for power.

Guidance is good in the beginning, which is what the jedi do good. However, the jedi need to learn to let go when guidance is no longer actively needed.

Both philosophies have their thuths and lies, but following the jedi code will eventually make you a (somewhat) better person than the sith code.
User avatar #37 to #32 - frienderman
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Or just be Count Dooku and have a little of both in you.
User avatar #124 to #37 - redblueyellow
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Dooku is just a jedi turned sith. A better example would be Darth Revan, who was a jedi tunred sith, then became a jedi again and later on reagaining his full knowledge of te force both light and dark.
User avatar #126 to #124 - frienderman
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Darth Revan? I've never read or seen anything outside of the original trilogy and the prequels, so if he's from there I don't know him...
User avatar #127 to #126 - redblueyellow
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Darth Revan is the main protagonist in Star Wars: Knights of the Old Republic.

Spoiler Alert!

You play him on his quest to find the Star Forge (powerful giant spacestation) and his path to redemption.

It's a really good game and cheap as hell ow, so if you see it in the store just buy it and play it. It's fun to play and it will give you a whole new insight in various aspects of the star wars universe (like the jedi and sith).

But the major difference between Revan and Dooku is that Dooku has rejected the light side in favor of the "more powerful" dark side, whereas Revan returned to the light, but acknowledges the jedi have their flaws. And he doesn't shy away from the dark side, but knows it is not a good path to follow.
#128 to #127 - frienderman
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Hm. Sounds reasonable. I'll be sure to check that game out.   
   
   
Have some bacon as a reward for your kindness.
Hm. Sounds reasonable. I'll be sure to check that game out.


Have some bacon as a reward for your kindness.
#36 to #32 - anon id: 56aa4627
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Jason Solo? Never heard of him, Jacen Solo though...
User avatar #125 to #36 - redblueyellow
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my bad...

I had to type it real quick and didn't pay enough attention to it